Field Trip to San Antonio Museum of Art

You Are Invited On a Field Trip, November 20th!

Sponsored by: Hill Country Archeological Association

“Nature, Power, and Mayan Royals”

What are we doing?

The HCAA November General meeting will be a field trip to the San Antonio Museum of Art to view the fascinating new exhibit, “Nature, Power, and Maya Royals.”  We will have a lecture and walking tour lead by Dr. Bernadette Cap, an archaeologist on this project in Belize, and curator of the exhibit you will see.  Click buttons below for exhibit preview and our tour info pdf.

When we are doing it?

Saturday, November 20. Gathering at SAMA at 10:30am, lecture and tour will begin at 11am.

Where we are doing it?

We are all meeting in the front foyer of the San Antonio Museum of Art in the old Historic Lone Star Brewery at 200 West Jones Avenue, San Antonio.

Is there an entrance fee?

Yes. The cost is $22 for adults and $19 for Seniors 65+.  You can pay at the door when you arrive.

How to reserve a slot on the Tour for me and my family?

Attendance will be limited to 30 people. Reservation priority will be “first-come-first served” to HCAA members and their families. Non-members will be put on a wait-list and any vacant slots will be filled on Saturday, November 13. To reserve your slot reply to contact@hcarcheology.org and request a reservation slot(s). You will receive a confirmation by email.